Maine Rubber Stamps and Self-Inking Stamps

Maine Rubber Stamps, Seals and Custom Stamps

We've made this section of ME stamps and seals to better assist our Maine customers specifically. We value customer support and want to be able to cater to the local customers as well. The most simple way of placing your order is by ordering online. All orders we receive ship from our facility within 1-2 days! There are thousands of different stamp products available and purchasing them couldn't be easier. Browse our categories and select a stamp that best suites your needs. Customize it with personalized options and order. After that you're done! All stamps are guaranteed quality and service.

Maine is the north-easternmost of the continuous 48 US states, with 228 miles of Atlantic coastline and nearly 3,500 miles of tidal coastline (when all bays, islands, and sounds are included). This craggy shoreline offers up beautiful vistas and excellent lobster dinners. Acadia National Park near Bar Harbor has 47,000 acres of mountains, woodlands, lakes, and ocean shoreline.

 Mt. Katahdin, the northern end of the Appalachian Trail, public domain Wikipedia source

Tourism and outdoor recreation are important to the state’s economy. The state is a popular destination for sport hunting and fishing, snowmobiling, skiing, boating, camping, and hiking. Maine is also the northern terminus of the 2,181 mile Appalachian Trail. Thru-hikers face some of the hardest challenges of their two to six-month journey traveling the 281 miles through Maine uphill to Mount Katahdin in Baxter State Park. Moose frequently appear along the trail as if to give them final encouragement.

Agriculture is a big component of Main’s economy with poultry, eggs, dairy products, cattle, apples, maple syrup, and potatoes. Maine is the largest blueberry producer in the world, providing 25% of all blueberries in North America. Lobstering and groundfishing remain as part of the commercial fishing that has been a large part of Maine’s economy historically.

Shipbuilding sites operate actively or are preserved from early wooden shipbuilding days of hundreds of years ago. Paper, lumber and wood, electronics, leather, textiles, and biotech firms round out the state’s economic output…Oh yes, Maine is the number one exporter of toothpicks!